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Sunrise over Glacier Grey
South America

It was cloudy when I left early from Camp Paso in the morning but soon the clouds lifted and I was rewarded with a nice view of Glacier Grey 200m below me.

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Uploaded: 07/12/2012
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Tags: galacier grey; torres del paine; camp los guardas; lago grey; patagonia; chile
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